The GSA Information Technology (IT) Schedule 70, commonly referred to as the IT Schedule or Schedule 70, is a contract companies obtain in order to sell IT products and services to the U.S. government. While the contract is negotiated by the General Services Administration (GSA), federal, state, and local government agencies can use the GSA Schedule 70 to purchase IT solutions. Alqimi offers services under the following GSA Contracts.
The National Institute of Health (NIH) CIO-SP3 contract is a broad-based Government Wide Acquisition Contract (GWAC). It is a 10-year, multiple award contract that can be used by any federal, civilian or defense agency. This contract provides IT services to meet scientific, health, biomedical, administrative, operational, managerial, and information management requirements.
The CIO-SP3 GWAC contract is intended to cover any IT solution with maximum flexibility and has designated task areas designed to support the Federal Enterprise Architecture (FEA) including all IT services described in the FEA. The ten task areas that define the technical scope of this contract are expected to include:
The DHS EAGLE II contract is designed to offer a broad range of services, solutions, and contract types to fulfill the majority of component and departmental IT service needs at DHS.
The Functional Category 2 – Information Technology Program Support Services, focuses on providing a full range of business and technical management services in support of DHS offices or programs. These services encompass all areas of IT policy and planning including, but not limited to:
The MOBIS program offers a full range of management and consulting services that can improve a federal agency's performance and their endeavor in meeting mission goals.
Services covered are:
The NETCENTS contract provides the Air Force with netcentric and information technology (IT) hardware, software, solutions, and services not offered by other mandatory use Department of Defense or Air Force acquisition initiatives.
The C2AD ID/IQ contract will support the development of C2 applications and information services for air, space, and cyberspace domains. The C2AD ID/IQ contract is intended to services a number of programs in addressing needs of the full software lifecycle, from concepts development through fielding and sustainment. The capability packages (CPs) to be performed under this contract will provide the functionality to replace and extend legacy Theater Battle Management Core Systems-Force Level (TBMCS-FL).
ALQIMI provides services for production data processing, data validation operations, and security for The Defense Health Services Systems Program Executive Office (DHSS PEO). These data processing and information creation applications provide decision support and management information to a broad spectrum of other applications that in turn support Military Health System (MHS) end users.
Other services include production testing, production insertion, management and documentation, security maintenance, security testing (to include DoD Information Assurance Certification and Accreditation Process (DIACAP) and additional Information Assurance (IA) requirements, as well as system analysis and database and code administration.
ALQIMI provides services for DHSS Code Maintenance for the development, update, enhancement, repair, and testing of specific Military Health System (MHS) applications that are managed by the DHSS Program Executive Office. We deliver software components that meet functional (line-of-business) and technical (security, information assurance, performance, etc.) requirements. These services are to maintain selected application code and COTS products and their integration into DHSS. ALQIMI provides for proper transition to production deployment as well as the development, testing and promotion of changes, upgrades and patches to the DHSS applications. Testing services include unit, development integration, problem isolation and production validation testing.
ALQIMI supports the flagship TRICARE Encounter Data (TED) application, the TED Purchased Care Data Warehouse (PCDW) and the constellation of applications grouped under Patient Encounter Processing and Reporting (PEPR). The centerpiece of Purchased Care is the TED system. It collects, stages, tracks, processes and verifies health care claims from the Purchased Care managed care support contractors (MCSCs), and interacts with the government payment system (Contract Resource Management) that reimburses these MCSCs. TED processes claims data daily, typically over a million claims in its daily run cycle (in some cases, it has processed over 2.5 million claims in a single run cycle due to the highly productive multi- threading capability incorporated into TED). TED has received the Top 10 Federal IT Project of the Year award. ALQIMI has delivered successfully more than 1 BILLION TED Claims since inception.
TIPSS-4 Information Technology Services (ITS) is a multiple award, Indefinite-Delivery/Indefinite-Quantity (IDIQ) contract, with specific support service requirements defined at the task order level. The IRS has many legacy tax systems that need maintenance and update services from its IDIQ contractors.
The ITS principal task area will provide services for design, development, deployment, operations and maintenance of IRS IT Systems; all aspects of systems security such as conducting risk analyses, development of recommendations and implementations, plans for new procedures and changes to existing systems, project management skills and tools for managing, tracking, reporting, transitioning large-scale systems; and for maintaining configuration management controls. The work shall include :
Information Technology (IT) Development;
Operations and Maintenance;
Cybersecurity (CS) and Program Management Support.
TIPSS-4 Small Business (SB) is a multiple award, Indefinite-Delivery/Indefinite-Quantity (IDIQ) contract, with specific support service requirements defined at the task order level. The IRS has many legacy tax systems that need maintenance and update services. SB is divided into two Task areas : Management/Business Operations Support Services (MBOSS) – The MBOSS task area includes functional areas that will require high-level project management skills and tools for managing, tracking, reporting, and transitioning large-scale systems, and for maintaining configuration management controls.
Cybersecurity (CS) – The CS task area includes functional areas of all aspects of systems security such as the conduct of risk analyses and the development of recommendations and implementations, plans for new procedures, and changes to existing systems. Area may include identification and recommendation of new security-related technology product versions and enhancements to products and services. Developing implementation, transition and verifications, testing plans for installing these products within the existing client organization technology infrastructure. May include conducting formal Certification and Accreditation (C&A) efforts such as C&A Documentation Preparation and C&A Testing for both legacy and new systems in accordance with all standard security requirements (e.g., DITCAP, NIACAP, NISPOM, DOJ Directives, etc.)
ALQIMI holds the Information Technology Service contract supporting the Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) as a partner with the Lockheed Martin Corporation (LMC). As a by-product of HUD's key role in the housing industry, HUD maintains an intricate relationship with all aspects of the financial industry. The HUD IT environment encompasses financial data, Personally Identifiable Information (PII), and judicial data as a normal course of its core business process. The HUD OCIO plays an instrumental role in financial data acquisition, transfer, processing and protection for the vast institutions representing the mortgage holders in the United States - currently insuring over 4.8 million mortgages. It is this environment in which ALQIMI plays a key role in satisfying HUD's need for quality Operations & Maintenance (O&M) and IT Security services.
The LMC HUD Information Technology Service (HITS) Program is a large-scale, multi-site operations and maintenance support contract that both operates and supports data center and regional/field offices nationwide. The project involves operations and maintenance of large-scale systems and multi-tiered platform architectures across all of the HUD functional business areas. ALQIMI supports the entire scope of the HUD HITS program which includes the areas of project management, network operations, HUD mail system support services, database management, SAN operations, distributed systems operations, configuration management, desktop support, backup operations to include COOP/Disaster Recovery operations, and security operations.
Department of Veterans Affairs, Office of Information & Technology (OIT)/Office of Enterprise Development (OED), Software Engineering Office, Testing Service
ALQIMI provide support services to the VA Testing Service in the areas of Capacity Planning Analysis and Independent Verification and Validation (functional testing, performance testing, system integration testing and operational readiness review); Capacity Planning Analysis Support
VA T4 services will provide solutions in support of Information Technology. This includes services and hardware for client requirements that span across the entire spectrum of existing and future technical environments, hardware/software systems, lifecycle, and applications. IT technologies, by their nature, are dynamic and evolving. Descriptions of technical environments as well as information on software and hardware requirements shall be provided in the PWS for each Task Order.
Services and solutions will include the required hardware, software, and IT products, in conjunction with all services needed to integrate a system, network, or other IT service in order to meet a client's mission requirements. Accordingly, Task Orders may include acquisitions of hardware, software, and other products. Services shall include technical, systems engineering and other solutions encompassing the entire range of IT requirements. Services, as well as related IT products, may encompass the entire life-cycle of a system, including, as applicable, program management and strategy planning, systems/software engineering, enterprise network, cyber security, operation and maintenance and IT facilities.
The objective of CATS II is to enable the State government to procure IT consulting and technical services in a timely and economical manner. Through CATS II, the State will have a flexible means of obtaining information technology (IT) resources quickly, efficiently and cost effectively by issuing task orders specific to its needs.
The primary CATS II functional areas are :